My frustration with misplacing and searching for everyday personal stuff has led me to come out of retirement and start up my company, Finder Enterprises, LLC. The GRAB N’ GO is aimed at solving these problems. The device is compact and has six labeled compartments; it lets you know that an item is missing by just one quick glance.
Studies show that it takes consistent, daily practice to form a habit. According to the American Journal of Psychology, the process by which new behaviors become automatic is Habit Formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form. But it is possible to form new habits through the daily repetition that the GRAB N’ GO enforces.
"...it is possible to form new habits through repetition."
The GRAB N’ GO system encourages the formation of new habits through repetition that aids us in keeping track of our everyday essentials.
In The Power of Habit, bestselling author Charles Duhigg explains that the process to form and change habits consists of three steps: 1. Cue, 2. Routine, 3. Reward.
The GRAB N’ GO system uses these three steps to help you form a new habit:
It is important that you use the GRAB N’ GO system routinely, making sure to place and retrieve your essentials every time you arrive and leave.